Argentine actors who were born in 1980

Here are 9 famous actors from Argentina were born in 1980:

Rodrigo Guirao Díaz

Rodrigo Guirao Díaz (January 18, 1980 Madrid-) is an Argentine actor.

He rose to fame by playing the role of "Tomás" in the popular Argentine telenovela "Lalola". Prior to his acting career, he worked as a model, walking for well-known fashion brands in Argentina and internationally. Guirao Díaz has also acted in other telenovelas such as "Tiempo final" and "Los Duques de Palm Avenue". He has received various awards for his performances, including the Martín Fierro Award for "Best new actor" for his role in "Lalola". In addition to his successful acting career, Guirao Díaz is also a musician, songwriter and poet.

Nicolás Cabré

Nicolás Cabré (February 6, 1980 Mataderos-) a.k.a. Nico or Nicolás Gabriel Cabré is an Argentine actor. He has one child, Rufina Cabré.

Nicolás Cabré began his acting career at the age of nine in the television series Grande, pá! alongside renowned actor Luis Brandoni. He then went on to star in several popular television series such as Verano del '98, Los Simuladores, and Soy Gitano, where he played the lead role.

In addition to his television work, Cabré has also appeared in several successful theatre productions, including Taxi, En El Aire, and the Tony Award-winning musical Cabaret. He has won several awards for his acting, including the Martin Fierro Award for Best Lead Actor in a Television Series for his role in Soy Gitano.

Outside of acting, Cabré is known for his relationships with several high-profile actresses, including Agustina Cherri, Soledad Fandiño, and Eugenia Tobal. He is also an avid football fan and supports the Boca Juniors Football Club.

Facundo Espinosa

Facundo Espinosa (April 28, 1980 Buenos Aires-) a.k.a. Facundo Espinoza or Facu is an Argentine musician, actor, film score composer and songwriter. He has one child, Mara Espinosa.

Facundo Espinosa began his career as a musician, performing as a guitarist in several bands in Argentina. He later branched out into acting, appearing in various TV shows and films, including the hit Argentine series "Los Simuladores" (The Pretenders).

In addition to his work in film and television, Espinosa has composed music for several movies and TV series. His film score for "La Chinoise" won the Best Original Soundtrack award at the Mar del Plata Film Festival in 2012.

As a songwriter, Espinosa has collaborated with several notable artists, including Kevin Johansen, Vicentico, and Lila Downs. He has also released several solo albums in Argentina and has toured throughout Latin America and Europe.

Outside of his artistic pursuits, Espinosa is involved in various social causes and has collaborated with organizations such as Amnesty International and Greenpeace.

Santiago Mitre

Santiago Mitre (December 4, 1980 Buenos Aires-) is an Argentine screenwriter, film director, film producer, film editor and actor.

Mitre is best known for his critically acclaimed films including "The Student" and "Paulina". He studied at the Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires, where he later became a professor of film direction. Mitre's films often explore political themes and have been praised for their intelligent and thought-provoking narratives. In addition to his work in film, Mitre has also directed theater productions and written for television. He has been honored with numerous awards for his contributions to the film industry, including the Best Director award at the Cannes Film Festival in 2015 for "The Student".

Juan Manuel Tellategui

Juan Manuel Tellategui (November 24, 1980 Zárate-) is an Argentine actor.

He began his acting career in theater, performing in various plays around Argentina. In 2005, he made his television debut in the series "Los Simuladores," and went on to appear in several other popular Argentine TV shows including "Sos mi vida," "Lalola," and "Los Exitosos Pells."

Tellategui has also had roles in films such as "Montecristo" and "Un Novio para mi Mujer." In addition to acting, he is a skilled musician, playing the guitar and singing.

In recent years, Tellategui has also become a well-known advocate for environmental causes, using his platform as a public figure to raise awareness and promote sustainable living practices.

César Albarracín

César Albarracín (April 29, 1980 Río Cuarto-) a.k.a. Cesar Albarracin is an Argentine actor, film director and screenwriter.

He studied acting and directing at the National University of Cordoba and went on to become a well-respected figure in the Argentine film industry. Albarracín has directed and written screenplays for several films, including "Matar a un Amigo" (2014) and "La Pelea del Siglo" (2020). He has also acted in various films, such as "El Estudiante" (2011) and "Zama" (2017). Albarracín is known for exploring themes of identity, social inequality, and political corruption in his work. In addition to his career in film, he has also acted in theater productions and teaches film and theater courses at the National University of Córdoba.

Ignacio Huang

Ignacio Huang (January 1, 1980 Taipei-) also known as Huang Sheng Huang is an Argentine actor.

He is of Taiwanese descent and moved to Argentina when he was a child. Huang began his acting career in Argentina in 2002 and has since starred in several successful TV series and films. Some of his notable works include "Chiquititas sin fin," "Graduados," and "Los Simuladores." Huang has also appeared in commercials for major brands such as Coca-Cola and McDonald's. In addition to acting, Huang is a skilled musician and has released an album of original music. He continues to be a prominent figure in the Argentine entertainment industry.

Nicolás Mateo

Nicolás Mateo (June 18, 1980 Buenos Aires-) is an Argentine actor.

He began his acting career in 2004, appearing in several theater productions in Buenos Aires. His first major role came in the Argentine telenovela "Montecristo" in 2006, which made him a popular face on Argentine television. Mateo has since appeared in several successful TV shows and movies, including "El Marginal", "Los Simuladores", and "El Secreto de sus ojos". He has also received critical acclaim for his performances, winning several awards for his work in film and television. In addition to acting, Mateo is actively involved in social and political issues, using his platform to raise awareness and support for various causes.

Julián Krakov

Julián Krakov (May 11, 1980 Buenos Aires-) is an Argentine actor.

He began his acting career in 2003, appearing in several theatrical productions in Buenos Aires. In 2006, he made his television debut in the series "Conflictos en Red". He is best known for his role as Marcos in the popular Argentine series "Los Simuladores", which aired from 2002 to 2004.

Krakov has also appeared in several films, including "El Peso de la Ley" and "El Gran Circo Chamorro". In addition to his acting work, he has also directed several short films and music videos.

Krakov is a trained economist, having graduated from the University of Buenos Aires with a degree in economics. However, he decided to pursue his passion for acting and has been successful in both theater and television. He is also a passionate environmentalist and has been involved in several campaigns to promote sustainability and conservation.

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